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Skate park given new look after racist graffiti

22 May 2021
Skate park given new look after racist graffiti

Skate park given new look after racist graffiti

22 May 2021

Council officials have got to work repainting a skate park after it was daubed in racist graffiti last month.


Officers and paramedics called after passenger falls off motorbike

16 May 2021
Officers and paramedics called after passenger falls off motorbike

Officers and paramedics called after passenger falls off motorbike

16 May 2021

Police remain at the scene.


Suffolk residents to receive text alerts for terror attacks as part of Government trial

16 May 2021
Suffolk residents to receive text alerts for terror attacks as part of Government trial

Suffolk residents to receive text alerts for terror attacks as part of Government trial

16 May 2021

Ministers will trial the the system in Suffolk, which will see residents alerting to imminent public health threats.


Traffic at a standstill following incident this morning

15 May 2021
Traffic at a standstill following incident this morning

Traffic at a standstill following incident this morning

15 May 2021

Police have been dealing with the incident since 11am this morning.


Ceremonies take place across county as Royal British Legion marks 100 years

15 May 2021
Ceremonies take place across county as Royal British Legion marks 100 years

Ceremonies take place across county as Royal British Legion marks 100 years

15 May 2021

Wreaths were laid across the county, with one branch partnering with a parish council to put on an impressive commemoratory display.


Churchyard put up Silhouette display to honour Captain Tom on VE Day

12 May 2021
Churchyard put up Silhouette display to honour Captain Tom on VE Day

Churchyard put up Silhouette display to honour Captain Tom on VE Day

12 May 2021

A churchyard was filled with silhouettes of soldiers in a touching display to commemorate VE Day last weekend.


Officials nearing decisions on weight-restrictions for HGVs through town

09 May 2021
Officials nearing decisions on weight-restrictions for HGVs through town

Officials nearing decisions on weight-restrictions for HGVs through town

09 May 2021

A decision on whether weight restrictions will be introduced for HGVs passing through a Suffolk town is expected soon, council bosses have promised.


'A piece of them is there': Student's car given makeover as tribute to brother and dad

28 April 2021
'A piece of them is there': Student's car given makeover as tribute to brother and dad

'A piece of them is there': Student's car given makeover as tribute to brother and dad

28 April 2021

A precious car which belonged to a Suffolk man and his dad who took their own lives has been given a makeover in tribute to the pair.


Controversial plans to build KFC and Starbucks in rural Suffolk are refused

19 April 2021
Controversial plans to build KFC and Starbucks in rural Suffolk are refused

Controversial plans to build KFC and Starbucks in rural Suffolk are refused

19 April 2021

An application for a fast food outlet and a coffee shop has been rejected, with officials citing the threat of an increased flood risk as the reason.


Group of men summoned to court following hare hunting incident

16 April 2021
Group of men summoned to court following hare hunting incident

Group of men summoned to court following hare hunting incident

16 April 2021

It follows an investigation by the Rural and Wildlife Policing Team.


'Don't people deserve more than fried chicken?': MP weighs in on controversial KFC plans

15 April 2021
'Don't people deserve more than fried chicken?': MP weighs in on controversial KFC plans

'Don't people deserve more than fried chicken?': MP weighs in on controversial KFC plans

15 April 2021

Richard Bacon MP has asked why healthier food options are not available to residents.


Teenager releases debut single after signing contract with shopping village

13 April 2021
Teenager releases debut single after signing contract with shopping village

Teenager releases debut single after signing contract with shopping village

13 April 2021

A teenage singer-songwriter has released her debut single after signing an unlikely music management deal with a Suffolk shopping village.


Couple's brownie business proves a success following BBC appearance

12 April 2021
Couple's brownie business proves a success following BBC appearance

Couple's brownie business proves a success following BBC appearance

12 April 2021

Following their televised move from London three years ago, a Suffolk couple tapped into the unlikely market of homemade and home-delivered brownies.


Residents' horror after 'vile' racist graffiti is daubed over skatepark

07 April 2021
Residents' horror after 'vile' racist graffiti is daubed over skatepark

Residents' horror after 'vile' racist graffiti is daubed over skatepark

07 April 2021

Swastikas and references to George Floyd – whose death sparked the global Black Lives Matter movement – were also spray painted on the park.


Police call for witnesses following series of weekend burglaries

29 March 2021
Police call for witnesses following series of weekend burglaries

Police call for witnesses following series of weekend burglaries

29 March 2021

An assortment of items were stolen, including a chainsaw and keys to a Land Rover.


Energy firm defend controversial power plant following criticism from councillor

26 March 2021
Energy firm defend controversial power plant following criticism from councillor

Energy firm defend controversial power plant following criticism from councillor

26 March 2021

The firm has defended its soon-to-be constructed power plant after a green campaigner warned of its “painful environmental and financial legacy”.


Town mayor goes beyond the call of duty to help out residents

12 March 2021
Town mayor goes beyond the call of duty to help out residents

Town mayor goes beyond the call of duty to help out residents

12 March 2021

Residents with no other means of getting to their vaccination appointments have found an unlikely saviour in their town mayor.


Retail park gears up for the return of weekly bike meets

06 March 2021
Retail park gears up for the return of weekly bike meets

Retail park gears up for the return of weekly bike meets

06 March 2021

After months of bikes collecting dust in people’s garages, Stonham Barns Park has announced it will be resuming its regular Thursday night meets.


Staff at mental health hospital 'demonstrated elements of abuse', CQC report finds

05 March 2021
Staff at mental health hospital 'demonstrated elements of abuse', CQC report finds

Staff at mental health hospital 'demonstrated elements of abuse', CQC report finds

05 March 2021

A Suffolk care home had demonstrated elements of abuse, as well as undermining patients' safety and dignity – according to a new report.


Villagers unhappy as plans submitted for KFC and Starbucks to join soon-to-be-built McDonalds

01 March 2021
Villagers unhappy as plans submitted for KFC and Starbucks to join soon-to-be-built McDonalds

Villagers unhappy as plans submitted for KFC and Starbucks to join soon-to-be-built McDonalds

01 March 2021

A Suffolk village will soon have its own KFC and Starbucks to sit alongside the planned McDonalds outlet, if a new planning application is approved.

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